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Piracy & Security

Stay informed with the latest news, analysis and market insight on the piracy and security threats impacting the shipping industry; be proactive in adapting your organisation to meet new requirements and identify risks to your business model through our expert coverage

Basilisk crew freed after pirate boarding

A EU Navy Forces helicopter and frigate secured the vessel and its crew after the unauthorised boarding yesterday

Risk and Compliance Piracy and Security

MPV boarded off Somalia in suspected hijacking

The Liberia-flagged Basilisk was en route to Abu Dhabi from Rotterdam and came under attack just over 400 nautical miles off the Somalian coast

Containers Piracy and Security

Greek bulk carrier reports near-miss in Red Sea

The latest attack in the Red Sea follows reports by US Central Command that its forces shot down drones in Houthi-controlled parts of Yemen

Red Sea Risk Dry Bulk

International tensions and climate change fundamentally reshaping industry’s risk profile, Allianz argues

British Isles overtake eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea as top location for casualties over past decade

Risk and Compliance Insurance

Houthis yet to make good on latest round of threats

The attack on MSC Orion in the Indian Ocean sparked concerns the Houthis would hit ships further afield, but so far they have not managed this

Red Sea Risk Risk and Compliance

Houthis attack Greek tanker in Red Sea, crew unhurt

The 2003-built Wind was sailing from Russia to China when it was hit

Red Sea Risk Tankers and Gas

Red Sea missiles give Iranian box line an edge, says Jensen

Free from Houthi threat, Iran's HDASCO boxships are sailing freely through the Red Sea, delivering cargoes to Europe, according to Vespucci Maritime chief executive Lars Jensen

Red Sea Risk Risk and Compliance

IMO to condemn Red Sea crisis, again

The Red Sea crisis is the main worry at this week’s Maritime Safety Committee, but the forum’s powers to change it are few. States raised worries the MSC is overstretched, with work piling up on autonomous ships, green fuel safety and other matters

Red Sea Risk IMO

Week in charts: Containerised trade prolongs rally | Attempted piracy attack reported | Panama Canal rebound continues

Global container volumes extend their upward trajectory in March, a product tanker was the target of an attempted piracy attack off the coast of Somalia and Panama Canal continues to recover after drought

Week in Charts Red Sea Risk

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is NYK betting too much on decarbonisation?

The Lloyd’s List Podcast moves to Japan this week, where NYK chief executive Takaya Soga shares his insights on why helming the shipping group is like swinging at baseballs

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast NYK

Updated: Attempted piracy attack reported off Somalia

A European warship responded first to the incident and apprehended the suspected pirates, treating some with "injuries of varied severity" 

Risk and Compliance Tankers and Gas

Houthis are targeting MSC due to perceived Israeli affiliation

The latest string of Houthi attacks targeting more MSC ships has been justified by the Yemeni militants on the basis of a perceived, but erroneous link to Israel

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